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SPECIfILSALES
/~* I 9 C^^tr wherever
O C Yk S k3X tJ f C were
bought in two great quantities. \y'\
Holiday Umbrellas as an Instance
Had to buy all the lot or none. The quantity was for a re
tailer in a town double the size of Richmond— hence THIS SPE
CIAL UMBRELLA SALE. \
We engrave initials on all Umbrellas
it £1.50 and over FREE OF CHARGE.
A beautiful Holiday Sterling Trim
m?a Umbrella— too many, several hun
dred—one of the best S3. 50
j~ibrellas we know of, to <t'| qQ
besjldfor. .. . .. . «pi»V r O,
All the 55.00 and $5.50 Umbrellas,
the newest in the close, roll- <£ "2 Ejf) '
ing, silver trimmed, for.. . <4?O *O \J
All those that- were $4.25, Pearl,
Ivo r y. Gold and Silver trimmed,
fifty-sevea all told, your C 9 (yd
choice *P^.XO
The most beautiful $6.00 Silver
Long Pearl Handle Umbrella <£ -j Q |
The Greatest Handkerchief Store
Cohen's Ever Built.
No matter what you see elsewhere, if you have regard for
your' purse or respect for HANDKERCHIEF PRETTINESS
you want to come here. Description is impossible. Here are
a few of the prices .
Any Lace Trimmed or Embroidered
Handkerchief you see anywhere at 38
to 50c. is among the sea of 'JlZf
choice for . . . ., , — ■ J^k^K^
Any Handkerchief you see anyv/here
ijtirom 19 to 25c, lace trimmed or em
broidered or in combination of both,
they art here in choice of \^\/ r>
hundreds cf "ozens for ... *-^ /Ctt
Any Handkerchief you see, lace tnm
jned or eir-brcidereld as well as fall size,
pure linen, at 8 or ioc. anywhere, more
than six hundred dozen to choose j~^, j
from, and the price to-day. . ... . j
All the Holidaj- Handkerchiefs that <
were made to retail for 12 1-2 to 17c,
lace trimmed or embroidered cr combi
nation of both, choice of hun- q -,
dreds of dozens for. >^"
Beautiful Hemstitched Colored Bor
dered Handkerchiefs for children
half price, 6c. ones for v?*^
Dozens and dozens of the ne*v Im
ported French Embroidered Handker
chiefs, costing SS.7O per dozen, rmA n
the hoice is . ... . *-fV\~
The brag of Men's Best 12 1-2 C.
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, in White
or fancy borders, are sold
f0r...... ..... .... (^*~
The Men's Fine Pure Linen White
Hemstiched Handkerchiefs that no one
The Bookstore
Is Yet Proof Against Ali Attacks.
Not a missing" link in the chain of ALrL CALLED-FOR
LOOKS. ONLY" SOME ARE TOO MANY, and a strange
price-cut occurs from perhaps, the smallest prices ever known to
the "half give-away" mark. Irs done to help us out of quantities,
and help you when you look to us for help.
Think of half c ilf bound books, best
$1.00 books in the country selling for
50c, among them Tom Burke, Vicar
of WakefieH, etc.
These Books for 330.
The Bible and Its History; ' Tales
From Shakespeare; Young Folks' Life
if Jesus Christ; Pilgrims! Progress;
Charlie Lucken: .ffisop's Fables; Gulli
ver's Travels; Swiss Family Robinson,
■and many others.
These prettiest gold lined, silk, doth
repp poets, in type that's never been
used, full size, on linen paper, for 35c,
in library style. Tennyson, Poe,
Holmes, Burns, Browning^ Longfellow,
Selection of Poems, Lowell, and others, j
Sets of Books at Half Price.
Six volume sets of tf» \ /r|
Bronte »P l-.00 |
Fifteen, volume sets of d* -y zr
Dickens *pO,{)D
Ten volume sets of Thack-^*'^ g«
cray >p^» i %'O
fSJ 1 1 i h\
OF
SOCIETY.
Last evening the Masonic Temple was
Ablaze with brilliance and beauty, at the
opening german •.:' iue Friday German
Club, recently organized by Mrs, Fannie
Shaw .Grymes: Music wax furnished by
i'hiiow's orchestra, and the happy hours
passed quickly by until the warning notes
uf. ".'Home, Swtet Home," told that the
"woe Fma" hours'* were near at hand.
The choperones were:
2Ors. William Taliaferro. Mrs. A'titrirn
Broctenbrough. Mrs. Robert Blanfcen
f?!:ip and Mrs. Grymes:
Among those invited to be pres
ent are Misses,: Eugenia Taylor,
X»ouls Herbert. Lizzie Hoichkiss. Mary.
'.•/"Wiinplw Charlotte Miller, Nan Morris.
Hammond. Francis Jenkins. Brent
"Witt; Mary Beirne. Walker, Nellie
Talboti. Carrie Hemistead Skt-Hon, Helen
OFcrral. Elizabeth Grander. Katie and
AurAv Smitli. Lille Booker, Kate Benson;
Kathcrine V.atkins, Sutton, Claiborr.e.
JlcPunJy, Harvje, Kate Goddin. Carrie
Pace Neal, Mary Drake. Mary Drewry,
Louis Crutch field, A. Grant, Elise Stokes,
Barrett. Helen Parrish: Messrs. Saixiuv-l
Jtegestcr, Allen Ncwtcn, Blair Jones, Tur
jjcr SkcJton, Bridget-, Stevens. Morgan,
Taylor Taswcll. Fitzgerald. BrockVnbor
ough, WhiVjhuist. Snead. Cherry. Hotch
kibs, Toda. LceUc Head, Sutton, Fleming
Nuckols. Fiisgerald. Johnson, Drake,
• CrutchJieid. Barber, Webster and others.
' * •■•"'"
The Piano gave un open clay recital on
-Monday .in .-noon, under the direction of
| Mies Mary Willie Smoot. The selections
- tvere beautifully am] artistically rendered
and enjoyed by the: club. The member
ship of me Piano Club i s composed entire-
KSSf^Sf U i l ° make the P^ramme
Twilight Sonc" oil 11 ™ CU
L^ «-* cuus. j£ iS?°^
Another lot of Silver Handle Um
brellas, the wholesale price
is SS-50, will be retailed to-
day for <*° • '
A lot of 28-inch Men's Umbrellas,
made for 52.00, are being <£ | <J c
sold for.. «P * *^°
Children's Holiday Umbrel- QRf
las, meant to be §1.60, are.... "OW
Some of the $15.00 and
$18.00 Umbrellas, ore fi|') A A
$950 and.... •p-IXf.'U'y.
Hundreds of the prettiest Fancy Han
dle Silk Umbrellas, cost- §1.50 to
52.00, are on our counters qQ/i
t0r.... ...... "^ v -
has ever seen under $2. 00 "a | fi~
dozen will be sold f0r. ........ *
1,2000 dozen Ladies' White Hem
stitched Handkerchiefs, the al-^^
ways best sc. ones, f0r. .". . . .
Ladies' or Men's Pure Linen Initial
Handkerchiefs, hand em- | 'Jj/ f
broidered, dainty letterings. * /^^
A lot of Men's Bset White or Colored
Bordered Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, j
670 dozen to start with, that are g~
usually ioc. here and everywhere. Ov
The usual $3.00 a dozen Finest Linen
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, -a q~
less than wholesale c05t. ...... . i Vw
A large lot of Pure Linen, Best 20c.
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs ever sold,
in the narrow, neat hand
hemstitch, to be sold % / ">f-/ n
f0r....... *^Z2 C
A .lot. of Children's Handker- •*.
chiefs for, each . ■ . .* **
Another lot of Ladies' Handkerchiefs,
very she^r and fancy, lace trimmed,
some embroidered, 8 and 9c. ones, A ~
for -ttV
Holiday Box Handkerchief gifts, a
variety of stj'les, for ladies U» | £~s\
or men, half dozen in box. *P * •O\J
To-day it is a complete Handkerchief
Store for anything you can call for.
Six volume ssts of Irving, $2.70.
Three volume sets of (t* -g A Q
Shakespeare ... . : . ..... *P I •frO
Five volume sets of Ruskin, 69c.
Gibbons' History of the (S'Y "7S?
Roman Empire, 5 volumes. *P«« « *5
Seventeen volumes of Al- CQ jr
exandre Dumas ...... *pO«.<£/c7
Thirteen volumes o^"<£X
Bulwer's Complete Works. *pU» / O
Scott's Waverly Novels, <£A f\Q
complete, set of 12 vols . . .
Twenty volume sets (t?/C rA
of Bulwer's «4>U.OU
George Elliot's Works, qj«
six volume sets, foi sP^.OO
Beautiful Morocco Leather Padded
Poems, every English and fo_
American poet, for 3 Ov
Handsome board back large books is
among the juveniles for sc, in titles
such as Sleeping Beauty, Arabian
Nights, 'Gulliver's Travels, Jack and
the Bean Stalk, The Three Bears, Babes
in the Wood, and many others.
J dainty and simple in style, w.ith an ac
| coinpaniment bcautifu! in rythmic and
harmonic structure. Mrs. Gillis hns writ
ten several beautiful songs, both words
and music, among them a soprano solo,
"Adoration," which will be sung at the
morning service of the Second Presby
terian church on December £Sth.
The programme of the Piano Club re
cital was as follows:
1 (a) Berceuse
(b) Hurnoresque Grieg
Mrs. ■ Ben Shirreff.
2. Could I, contralto solo Yosti
Miss Maud Miller.
3. Allernand .Andres
Miss Maiy Willie Smoot.
4. Valse Caprice ....Neuland
Mrs. Carl Kimpton.
5. A Twilight Song ..Mrs. Harry Gillis
Miss Katharine Belle Powelf.
6. (a) Pastorale Carlier
(b)T'was a. Lover and His Lass.
Nevin
(c) Mexican Dance -.T Goldbeck
Miss Zelle Minor.
* „ •
Sirs. Claiborne Watkins has issued invi
tations to she :i:;irr.n;;c; of her daughter, '■
Adelaide, to Mr Alexander Barclay i
Guigon
The ivedt; rg -.\ ill be at St
James* Eiiscnpal <l.mch, -in this city
V\ r iidnc-?day evening, January Vth; at half
' after G o'clock.
■ > * •. ■i:
The Stay-at-Home -vriiist Club met last
evening with Mrs. Walter K. : Martin,
when the highest score was made by Mrs.
Harrie Webster and Miss Mattie Harris,
j The next meeting will be Tuesday even
ing, when Mrs. S. W. Travers will enter
tain the club.
. ' . "--: •'. «' • ■-' .
The Milton Work Whist Club had its
weekly meeting Wednesday afternoon in
the auditorium of the Woman's Club.
Compass whist was played, Miss Mattie
j Harris and Mrs. N.ush winning, north and
South; Miss Mary Gilliam and Mrs. Har
rie Webster, east and west.
' .• ' ' .: ." 'i •
Mrs. Reuben Sheriff, formerly Mi^s
Emma Bruce, is the guest of her aunt.
Mrs. C. St. .Ui:u licward, in Hampton.
'■ * • •
Miss Julia Argyle Morris, the daughter
of the late Dr.; William Morris, wiil be
married this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at
No. 412 west Main street, to Mr Arch
ibald Bryce Curd. There will be no at
tendants.
.-' ■■ ■''■.. / ■•■'.. - . «
] Mrs. B. F. Turner has issued cards for
tho marriage of her daughter. Miss ; Ro
berta Jane :, Turner, to Mr. James Robert
[ Lylce, which will take jjlaca on. <™»~
THJi RICHMOxW DISPATUH-SAItJKDAT, DEGE3IBER 20, 1902
day, December." 23th, n.V S :2O ' o'clock.
\- '. :.Y. M- -: : .--\" : -r;- ; »--, i: r'-- : - ; ' ; -.- l iVv^ y ".'^ :
.Mrs. Strother Smith" in. the. guest of:Mt.-
William G. Young, on Mallory avenue, in
Hampton. ; ■, v " ' -
Invitation. 1 ? ore' out;..l"or.;the marriage of
Mr. Thomas Turist;L)l- r to:Mrs. Carrie B.
Clark., of 'Richmond; .' The;"mnrrlage win
take place on" the' 24th". "at .Muddy Creek
church, in Powhatan county,- and a-large
reception- that night sit Mr. iTunstall's
home. ,
: • ■ ..•"■ : - ■-■ *>* • :"',.:■. :
The young ladies oi the Seventh-Street
Christian church .gave a social ' for the
benefit of the poor last evening from
S to 11 o'clock ;at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Kinney, No. 221 South Third
street.;-- \' ; "; ".;.••. ' '■■
Mr?. John' Peyton McGuirc and Miss Su
sie Pleasants Morris -will give a dance
this evening in Belyidero: Hall to their
pupils. A string band will furnish the
music- , . '
■ . ■ . «• A +. . . '.- .
Among the invitations already sent
out to the juveniles is one. 'from little
Miss Margaret Ould Powers, the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Powers, of
east- Franklin street, to- a. Christmas tree
Friday, December 26th,-. Miss Powers has
proved herself a 'charrnirig yhostcss on
former occasions.; aii^l her party is look
ed forward to with eagerness.
Another delightful entertainment and
Christmas- tree will be given by little
.Misses Ethel Alston .Cabell and Cather
ine Cab'ell. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Alston Cabell. of east Grace ■ street, on
Saturday. December 27th. to meet their
little cousin. Henry F. Cabell. a son of
Co'.oncl Coalter Cabell. who is with his
sister. Mrs. Herbert Claiborne, for the
holidays. .
Miss Bessie Beba Rountree has re
turned from Miss Baldwins' Seminary
to spend' Christmas.
* * *
Mrs. David W. Chalmers, of New York,
is. stopping with Mrs. Cliff ; Sm it'll and
will shortly be with -Mrs. H. W. Rouh
tree on Park avenue.
* ♦- ■ *
Mr. Vv'illiam M. Habiislon entertained
very delightfully at his bachelor apart
ments on Thursday night.
Miss Mamie Powell, who has been
visiting the Misses Wright in Baltimore,
will return Monday.
** * i
Mrs. 11. T. Rice, has issued cards j
to the marriage; of her daughter, M;ss I
Harrietts Bertha, to Mr. Emmett L.
Bradley. Tlie ceremony will take place
on December £sth. at 9 A. M., at thn
home .of the bride, No. 201 1 east Clay
street.
" '-* ''**■ *
Miss Gertrude Harrison, of Brooklyn
will be the guest of Miss Price in Janu
ary.
*'*,?- ' . •
IMiss Millie Thompson, v.'ho .has been
attending school in North Carolina.- will
spend the holidays with her parents in
this city. •"
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Miss Daisyc Fleming/left last week to
spend the: Christmas holidays with .Miss
Maude Shepherd, of Columbia, V:u, .. ■
r * *
Miss May Stamper has returned; to
Richmond after "a plensant trip.,>to\fArt
kansas and Texas, visiting relatives/
• ..» • •"
Miss Flora Steger will leave for Mpxi
co in .February, to visit her brother Mr.
Arthur Steger.
*♦ * '
Miss Ray Iva Bass will return from
Lancaster, to-day to spend the holidays
with her mother, Mrs. Lulu S. Bass:
■* * *
Mrs. "W. .Willard Wright gave a very
charming tea yesterday afternoon,- in
honor of her daughter. Miss Withers
Wright, Later in the evening a very de
lightful card party was given at their
home, No. 309 south Third street.
CUBAN RECIPROCITY
TREATY AGREEMENT,
CGiiveiitioii to lie Taken Up as Soon
as Practicable After <iie JloJi
cloys—lts Provisions.
WASHINGTON. D. C.i December 19.—
Tho friends of the- reciprocity treat.'; re
cently negotiated between the United
States and Cuba, have been assured by
members of the Senate Committee on For
eign Relations that the treaty .will be
taken up by that committee as soon as
practicable: after the Christmas; holidays.
There w ; erc several conferences on the
subject at' the Capitol to-day, which re
sulted in this understanding.
The terms of the treaty require that it
shall be ratified before the thirty-first
day of January. '
The treaty makes more liberal provision
for the importation of American 1 articles
into the republic of Cuba than has been
stated heretofore, there being provision
lor reductions in some cases of as much
as 40 per cent.; in others of 30 per cent.,
and in still others; of 25 per cent. On all
American-grown, or American-made arti
cles, except tobacco, imported into Cuba,
and not .specified in the £5, 30 and- 40 per
cent classes, there is to be a uniform tar
iff reduction of 20 per cent. In return, the
United States agrees to a uniform reduc
tion of 20 per cent, without exception on
all importations from Cuba.
UNITED STATES TOBACCO.
The new island republic- does not agree
to any reduction on tobacco grown in the
United States, or. in the territory of any
of its possessions and imported into Cuba.
The products' of the United States, which
are to be admitted into Cuba at a reduc
tion of -b per cent, from the rates of the
existing Cuban tariff, include pottery,
salt fish, copper-made machinery, cast and
wrought irqn and steel, and articles man
ufactured of them; glass, cotton, and some
cotton goods, ships and boats, whiskey
and brandy. The 3J per cent, reduction in
cludes cutlery, shoes, plated-ware, draw
ings, photograps, engravings, etc., ina
teriuls used in making labels and bands
for tobacco, common scraps, preserved
vegetables, butter, drugs, bottled- beer,
etc., mineral waters, articlese made of
hemp and kindred fibers; musical instru
ments, and writing and printing paper.
The list of American importations into
Cuba, on which a 10 per cent, reduction is
made includes watcnes, umbrellas, knit'
cottons, preserved fruits, perfumery,
woollen and silk goods.
" PREFERENTIAL RATES. .
There is a specific declaration to the
effect that the rates! fixed for each of the
two countries by the other shall be pre
feiential in. favor of each party to the con
vention, as against all otner countries.
The treaty. is to go into effect ten days
after its ratification by the authorities j
of both countries. i
FELL DOWN STAiRWAY.
West-End Lady Severely, But Not
Seriously Injured at Her Home.
Mrs. TV. A. S. Davis was painfully In
jured last night about 10:«15 o'clock .by
railing down the stairway at her res:
dence. No. 1313 Powhatan street, West-
End. Her daughter* heard* the noise
caused . by the fall and rushed to ascer
tain what had .occurred.: She found her
mother lying at the foot* of the stairs
bleeding from: a severe cut over the left
temple. Drs. Franklin 'and Moseley were
summoned and stanched the flow of blood
and took several stitches 'in the cut.'
' While suffering . considerably from : the
shock incident . to ; her fall ; ■ Mrs. ~ Davis
sustained no further injury' than' that
mentioned. - ,
DiKcus.Ved \Sielc Benefits.
Division 152. Amalgamated Association
of Street Railway Employees,, held their
regular -meeting,; at.' Smith's ", Hall ■_.:'• last
night. After the transaction '■'-. of routine
business the ■ evening was given up to
a general discussion of the question of = a
sick benefit, to begin the ! first of the
year,- and the: best methods to: be. adopted
in . establising--: this department. : r The de
cision: of the" matter: was postponed until
a, fufctira uaoQtinfii . ■ • .
[HE JOLLY MEDICOS.
STUDESTS EXJOI E.VTERTAIAMENT
GIVEN BY TUB PACULTV.
OLD "CHRIS" BAKER ROUTED:
Flcil AVhcn lie Faced Bit? Andiencc
, in the Asacmljly Hall at the Medi
cal College of Virginia—Decora
tions in Green. and "White, the Col
icfsc Colors. . .''.'.,.
One of the most delightful events of
the: student year was an entertainment
•given by the 'faculty to the student body
of the MedicaT College of Virginia and
their friends in the assembly hall of that
institution last night. The affair was
well called a "jollification," for 'such it
proved to be. Invitations had been issued
to the students and' their; best girls, also
to the nurses? of the Old Dominion-Hos
pital..and to. the lady Board of Managers.
1 Few regrets were received, and the hall
was filled.
The color scheme was green and white,
the colors of the university, and it was
carried out in the decorations, the re
freshments, and the souvenirs. The hall
was beautifully decorated with potted
plants and white streamers. The ices"
were greon and white, and were served
with green and .white cakes. At the end
of the entertainment the guests were
presented with little souvenirs of mistle
toe and holly, tied with. green and white
ribbon. ,
Tho nurses of the Old Dominion Hospi
tal attended in uniform- and served the
refreshments.
NOT ON THE PROGRAMME.
An amusing incident in connection with
the entertainment and one which was not
included in the programme was the intro
duction of Chris Baker, the •■anatomical
man," better known as "Chris." Chris
is probably one of the most unique ne
groes in Richmond. He is a character, i
and an interesting one at that. His age is
unknown, but no cne enjoys a jolly good
time more than "Chris." He is the ty
rant of the institution,. and none dare in
cur his displeasure.
In the midst of the entertainment
Chris's black head covered with his silk
cap to hide his shiny pate, appeared
through a crack in the door, "jes' to see
how. things wus agoing on." Immediately
cries of "Chris: Chris!" rang out in the
hall, and the students would not be si
lenced until Chris took his stand on the
rostrum. Once there, his nerve deserted
him for the lirst time in hih life, for
Chris has the reputation of never having
been "done." After stammering a few
words, Chris made a hasty exit, amidst
thundrous applause.
"CHRIS" EXPLAINS.
"When seen after the entertainment
Chris said: "We am just done had a
innertainment for them students, and
some speechifying to tell them this here
am the best school where they can git
any laming, and to wish them' all v happy
Christmas and tell them go home and "joy
themselves and come back and study."
In.xegard tv his speech, Chris said: "1
ain't feared ob them students, but them
Wimen folk and them newspaper porters
allers done me."
The faculty gave the students this en
tertainment just before the Christmas
holidays, when they leave for home, and
it is always looked forward to by the
student body.
THE PROGRAMME.
The- following programme was arranged
and carried out:
Address of welcome, by the dean, Dr.
Christopher Torripkins.
Song, Mr. Norman Call, accompanied
by Miss Bent ley.
Piano solo, Mr. Moses Benmoschc.
Song. Mrs. John Murphy, accompanied
by Miss Bentley.
Violin solo, Mr. bchoenbaum.
Banjo solo, Mr. Jesse Page.
Recitation, Mr. Frank Cosby.
Song, College Quartette.
Topical song. Mr. IE. D. Stark*
General chorus.
Refreshments.
Confirmation Services.
The Right Rev. R. A. Gibson. D. D,
Bishop of Virginia, will visit the ' Mon
umental church on Sunday at 11 o'clock to
administer the rite of confirmation.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES.
BAPTIST.
GROVE -' AVENUE CHUPvCH.— THE
Pastor, Rev. J. B. Hawthorne, D. p.. will
preach at- 11 A. M. and S. P. M. Subject
ofmorning sermon. "How Christ Came,
the Object of His Coming, and the Bless
ings He Brought." Evening subject, "The
Joy of Those Who Wear the Yoke of
Christ,"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.—WOR
ship at 11 A. M. and S P. M. The Pastor.
Dr. Cooper, will, preach. Mornins:, "The
Grace That Brings All Other Graces";
nieht. "The Gift That Brings All Other
Gifts." Bible school at 9 :.10. Church busi
ness meeting Monday night. A cordial
welcome for ali.
LEIGH-STREET BAPTIST CHURCH
(corner Twenty-i.fth and- Leigh streets;
on Broad-street, line .traction railway)—
M. Ashby Jones, : Pastor.— Preaching at
11 A. M. and S P. M.. by the . pastor.
■Morning subject, .. ;'Mary. tlie Mother";
evening subj-c ct. "From Sin to Sanity."
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH.-SER
vicps at 11 A. M. arc! 8 P. M.. conducted
by tho; pastor. Dr. W. R. L. Smith. Bible
school at 9:30 A. M.
GRAC^-PTRFKT t^^PTIST CHURCH
fcorner Grac^ and Fonshfe s'r^etc).— Rev
Charl^rj S. Garrlnpr. D. D.. ~Pn^tn-.—Sun
day school at 0:30 A. M. Preaching by
the pastor at 11 A. M. and 8 P M. Prayei
mseting: Wednesday at S P. M. ts
CHIHKT.AX. ..
THIRD CHRISTIAN CHURCH (COR
nsr Twenty-sixih and Marshall streets)—
Rev. P A. Cave, Pastor.— Services to
morrow at U A. M. and S f. M., preach
ing. by the p^.^tor. Morning theme, "God's
Christmas Gift and Our's;" at night, "No
Room for the Kins." Special music at
both services. Sunday school at 9:30 A.
M. Christian Endeavor meeting at 7 P.
M. *
SEVENTH-STREET CHRISTIAN
church (corner of Seventh and Grace
-treets.)— Services Sunday at 11 A.= M.
nnd S:tX) P. M., conducted by the pastor.
Rev. Carey E. Morgan, Morning subject:
"A Christian Sermon." Evening subject:
"An Outline Sketch of ' the World as It
Was When Jesus Was. Born." Seats free,
and a cordial .welcome e?ctpnded. to all.
"specially strangers and those who have
•lo church home. ' Sunday school meets at
A. M. Christian Endeavor Society
meets in lecture-room at -7:30 P. M.
WEST-END CHRISTIAN CHURCH
'^n: Morris street. ' between ■ Main and
Floyd avenuei.— Preaching to-morrow by
the Pastor. Rev. Henry: ppirce Atkins,
at 11 A. M.; subject "The Shepherd and
the k Hirelings"; and at 8 E." M.. subject.
'"The First Christmas Greeting." Sunday
school at 9:30 o'clock.. Christian Endeavor
at 7:15 P. M. Seats free. A cordial wel
come awaits all. : - .
MARSHALL - STREET CHRISTIAN
CHURCh (Atarshn 11 street, between Gra
ham and Hancock)— Rev. B. H. Melton.
Pastor.— Pleaching Sunday at 11 A. M.
and S P. M. Sunday: school at 9:«0 A. M.
Christian Endeavor, Society at 7:15 P. M^.
Mid-week prayer-meeting Tuesday at S P.
M. , A cordial invitation is extended to
all to attend these services. . .
LUTHERAN.
' FIRST '- ■ ENGLISH l Li UTHE RA N
'H kci-t (Syvpnth street between. Broad
end Gracet— Rev. C. A" Marks. Pastor.—
Sunday school .Pat 9:30 : oV lock ' A M.
Preaching at , 11 A: : M. and ; 8 F M: i Ber r
vlcpk; Wednesday;: evening 'at 8 o'clock.
Luther League i Fridays evening fatiS 8
■; ;■> WASTS. .
1 .: ; Whcn;presentad; tothe^Dispatch coi^te:,
! accompanied-:," by ; tho casli, "Employment
•Wants," ;' 'J.'Koonis 'for' Kent," -'-'Vanto'd
Eoonis,". "Boarders ■■'/antad,'^ "Board "Want
ed," "Lost, Strajred, or' Stolen, -' will bo in
. sorted, "properly;: classified, 25 worda or less,
for 25c. each -insertion; additional words,
lc. oach. IF .-■ CKAHGED ON OXTR BOOKS,
50 CENTS, FOR OJJE-HAX.F INCH SPACE.
AN- ASSISTANT REGISTERED PHAR
maefst. B. •• H. GORRELL. Druggist,
Lexington, Va. • ' " " de Ss-llt* .
WANTED,
FOREMAN FOR FERTILIZER FAC
tory; must . thoroughly understand dry-
arid be able -to attend to ship
ping. .State former experience, reference,
and salary wanted. LOUISVILLE FER
TILIZER COMPANY, Louisville. Ky.
: ' ... . to IS-St
' '-♦." WAXTEH.
PERSON TO [CAI^i. ON RETAIL TRADE
and agents for manufacturing house: lo
cal territory; salary, $19.70, paid weekly,
and expense money .advanced. Previous
experience unnecessary: Business sue
■ eessfui. Enclose self-addressed envelope.
STANDARD HOUSE, Caxton Elder.. Chi
cago, de 7,13.14,20,21,-J7,2S je ;'.
WANTED.
INTELLIGENT- . PEOPLE WHO NEED
an income. Address PROOFREADER,
Box 1534. Philadelphia. no 2u-Sa'
"VVAATED.
THREE SALESMEN FOR VIRGINIA
and West Virginia, who can command
good trade, to carry as side line tour i
samples Men's. Working Shoes, to retail !
at ?i"; union made; big .business for the
right salesmen; .5 per cent, commission.
Apply, naming exact territory covered
and reference., BROTHERHOOD SHOE
MFG. COMPANY, Union Factory. : No.
-25, Baltimore, -Md. de 20-3t*
•wasted;
union mutual life insurance
Company desires the services of district
managers and special agents for Virginia
and North Carolina. X'UKE A. PUT
NEY. Manager. No. S2l east Main street,
Richmo-.id. Va. ' no 2,"-lm
BUSINESS WANTS.
3L.OST. STRAYED. AND FOUND.
STRAYED, A RED AND WHITE
CO\S r , from north Twelfth street. Any
information or her return to 22 vVood.
j street, Chelsea. Hill, will be rewarded
properly. Rle 20-lt*.
LOST, BETWEEN ELEVENTH AND
Main and Ninth and Franklin. LADY'S
PURSE containing ?:).14 and gilt belt.
Reward if returned to Dispatch office.
deUM-lt*
LOST, FRIDAY NIGHT. ABOUT s!
o'clock, nvrar flenry and Clay streets.
MALE POINTER: white with brown si)ot
on back and left ear: answers to the
name of Carlow. Good reward if re
turned to W. S. McLELLAND, 419 west
Clay street. • de 20-H
STRAYED FROM 5"" WEST CARY.
A WHITE FRENCH POODLE (male);
short tail. Reward will be paid if left
at above number, or any "information
leading to his recovery." de 20-lt*
LOST. NEAR KILBY'S, HANOVER
December ISth. DARK. LIVER, and
WHITE POINTER DOG. with vat tail.
Answers to name of Joe. Liberal reward
if returned to G. J. HUNT. Richmond,
or AUBREY L. HUNT, Gwathmey.
de 20-lt*
MEETINGS.
Richmond Va.. December 13 1502
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEKTi'nG
Of thft STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MER
CHANTS' NATIONAL BANK will be
held at their banking office on TUES
DAY, JANUARY 13 inn, 1 ?, 'at 12 o'clock M
- : . . JOHN F. GLENN,
de 13-3taw&d of m Cashier.
THE ANNUAL MEETfNG OF THE
STOCKHOLDERS- OF THE BEDFORD
PULP AND PAPER COMPANY will be
held on WEDNESDAY, the 21st of Janu
ary, 1003, at 4:30 o'clock P. M.. at their of
fice. Room SO, Chamber of Commerce, in
. this city.
CHARLES STRAUS,
dc 20.81 ja 14.21 Secretary.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF- THE
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE PLANTERS'
NATIONAL BANK of Richmond. Va
will be neld on TUESDAY, JANUARY .
13.'.: 1903; at "12 M. o'clock in the banK
building.
RICHARD H. SMITH.
de 13-W.F.Sat tja 13 Cashier.
'RELIGIOUS-' SERVICES.
METKOOIST.
CLAY-STREET METHODIST CHURCH
(corner. Adams and Clay streets)— Rev.
JL. B. Betty. Pastor.— Preaching Sunday
at 11 A. M; andS P. M: 'by the pastor.
Subject, morning-, "Christian Deport
ment"; subject, evening, "Twofold Testi
mony to Christ." Sunday school at 9:15
A. jr. Junior Eptvorth League at 3 P.
M. Monday official meeting. Wednesday
song and prayer service. Friday Epworth
League. All week services at S P. M.
CEXTEKARY MET?TODTST EPISCO
PAL CHURCH-Rev. W. W. Lear, Pas
tor.—Preaching at 11 A. M. and S P. M.
by the pastor. ts
UNION-STATION METHODIST.-ll A.
M.. Rev. George 11. Ray, former pastor;
S P. M., Rev. John Hannon.
PARK-PLACE MF.THODIST EPI3CO
PAL CHI7CH (corner west Frank!. 1 n and
Pine streets)— Rev. John T. Bosnian. Pas
tor.—Service? at 11 A. M.and S P. -If. by
the pastor. Epworth League Friday at 3
P. M. '• " - ■ ,ts
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
(corner"' Twentieth and Broad)— Rev.
George Ilansford Spooner. Pastor.—Ser
vices at 11- A. ;M. and SP. M. Evening
subject: "Insurance — Accident, Fire,
Death, Hell." Special invitation to any
who do not believe in insurance.
PRESDITEnUX.'
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT (COR
ner Park avenue and Harrison street)—
Rev. J. Calvin Se-wart. D. D.. Pastor.— '
Divine services to-morrow at 11 A. M.I
and S P. M. Sunday school convenes at'
9:30 A. M. Devotional services "Wednes- j
day at SP. M. AH welcome. t£ '
GRACE-STREET PRESBYTERIAN
church— Rev. Jere "U'itherspoon, D. D..
Pastor.— Residence. No. 115 vast Franklin
street; 'Phone (Bell), lift*.— Services at 11
o'clock A.M. and S o'clock P. M., am j
devotional service Wednesday night at
S o'clock. Sunday school service at 0:30
o'clock A. M. ts
REGULAR SERVICES AT THE S"- |
COND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH hy
the pastor Dr. Russell Cecil, at 11 A. M
and 4 P. M. ■ ts
EPISCOPAL.
ST. AXOREWS CHURCH fSER
vices hPld in St. Andrew's Hall. BeverJv
street, between Laurel and Cherry. penJ
ihg the .luiMir.K of new cnurcM— Rev
Thomns Semmes. Rector: Rev. S. Cary
Beckwith. associate.— Sunday services II
A. M and S P. M. Sunday school 9:13 A.
M. ________ ' ts
THE :. MONUMENT a L CHUK CTI
f^road stre-r-t. below Tv/elfthi— Rev. W.
E. Evans. D.D.. Rector.— ?e-vfc^s Sun
day morning at 11 o'clock and .afternoon
at 1 o'clock.
ALL-SAINTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH
(Franklin street, . between Madison and
Monroe streets)— Rev. , J.- Y. Downman.
Rector.— Services -every' Sunday at 11 A.
M and afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Sunday
school at 9:30 A. M. Visitors cordially
•ivelcomed. . ts
CHRISTIAN SdENCE - FIRST
CHURCH OF . CHrtIST SdENTIST.-
Services Sunday at 11:15 A. :M. Subject
of sermon. "Is the Universe. Inch'ding
Man. Evolved by Atomic ■ Force?','-Wed
nesday evf-ning. meeting at 8:30. 1201"Grove
avenue. All. are invited: *:,
MILLENNIAL DAM T N.-SER VICES AS
Usual at Marshall 'Hall. Twenty-fifth and
Brond 'streets, at 3 P. M. to-morrow. The
pastor, will deliver the last \ of a'seriea
of on.-the visible sims of the
dawningi- millennium. \N?" collections -at
-"■"■• SPECIAIi NOTICES.
LARIIsiSTMENT
' ' -': OF
HOi-IDM GROCERIES.
G r anu 1 a fc e d Sugar, per A 3n
pound ........... ..........
Best: Ginger Snaps or Soda f ~
Crackers per pound.. a 2^
French Candy, per pound. ... . .Gc
Large Cnnned Tomatoes, -Q Cp
9c, or o cans f0r............ £,'Jh
■White. A' Sugar,: 6 pounds
for. £,fj\j
Arbuckle's or Gardova Cof- Q | p
fep, per p0und. ......... . 02^
Good Salt Pork, per 1b... ...... 9c
New Cleaned Currants, for Q«
cakes. per p0und.......... ... Qb
| Blackberry . or -Catawba tf\n
Wine, per quart . . . .". . ..... 8 b v
New Dates, per p0und. . . . . . . . 5c
Snowtiake Patent Family Qfoji
Flour, barrel, §3.90, bag. £db
Best City Meal, per peck.... ISc
Good Green or Mixed Tea,
per pound ...... — . . . . . . . cJll
New .Fiys, Uc. or 3 lbs. for .... 25c
:iNew. Citron, Lemon or 3Qf rt
Orange Peei,per pound.. i^<:U
Fresh Country .Eggs, per Ops-»
dozen ... £, wb
■S. ULLMAN'S SON,
Down-To-A-n Stores, IS2O-1522 E. Ham Streot.
Uptov/a, 506 E. Marshall Street.
Manchester, 12i2-1214 Hull Street.Manchester i
BOTH 'PHONES AT ALL OITR STOKES. |
Typewriters— A!! Kinds
.-Ml stan-lard makes sold. f:xch»n!rc(i, repsired. a;i<lr-nt«l
an»iv!icre. Jlur. vcoodn* new. of .!iu!! uiacturcrs'irii-c.t
JJov't b'.iy until vousrtsamrlf oLvi tfnr on tn-« — nr. •
prfju'lirc'd advice. Itnmrcae stork for'»*ifcti»n !!t Ma
chine- sluppcd en approvat. II you want 3. GOOD type-
Trriter CUiiAF. you'll 2nd it h»re ::!
, i Ytrnncv. Xew 8:«: 0M15P5
SOUTHEK.V STAMP AND STATIONERY CO.
Entire iJuiUinz, Tirelvc-Six ilaia, Hicljinonil, Va.
SPECIAL SALE OK Fl.\E ' VEHICLES.
ONE VERY FIXE RUBBKR - TIRE
CLOSE FAMILY. CARRIAGE (of station
■waffoti): at n. great, bargain. Also. SL'R
RIES. RUNABOUTS. FHAETO.VS. DOC
TORS" BUGGIES. BUSINESS WA
GONS, otc. ALX AT SPECIALLY" LOW
PRICES t.o keep hands at work. Also,
a number oC SECOND-HAND SURRIErf.
PHAETONS. RUNABOUTS, ami BUSI
NESS WAGONS. '■.■.VERY CHEAP, to make
room .for new stock.
W, C. SMITH.
do IS-2Gr. 214 north Fifth street.
- NUTS TO CRACK,
FIREWORKS TO BURN.
PRAISES TO PROCLAIM.
Gladness to Carry to the Fire
sides of Our Dear Friends.
CeLP.EPJBU CKIiAMKRY KUTTKR.
S3 Smail Tubs Sweet Butter... ~'O
You can buy Butter, but this is
tnc only and original goods.
Byrd Island Patent Family
irioiir. the finest in the 1and... ... J-1.-lf)
rta!;an Citron, per p0und....... 3-
I'S.OOu pounds Clean Currents.".. .. ~
Choice Now Mixed Nuts 1-
Mccha and Java Coffee; if you like
good Coffee, try 5 pounds of this;
it is sure to satisfy: per pound.. IS
Iri.rh Potatoes, per peck 20
New Fat -Mackerel; bright, white
soft Mackerel; eats like chicken:
a kit of 15 pounds 1.-5
This is a fine relish and sure to
pli";t«=e.
33.005 packages Quaker Oats S
Finest Red Alaska Salmon, tall
cans, fresh goods, per can 7
5.000 pounds New, Bright, Meaty
California Peaches, per pound.. 7t^
SOS pounds New Shelled Almonds.. lit
S.OOO pounds Fancy Cream Cheese,
4 pounds for 30
It won't hang fire at this price.
Pure Cider, sweet and sparkling,
while it. lasts, per gallon... 10
15, W0 pounds Fine Caroline Rice, 6
pounds for 23
Just look at it; if you want. a.
beauty on your table.
Sv\«c-t California Parma Violet
''•Ammonia. 3 bottles S5
Large Bottles Sweet Oil: imported
goods . J5-"
6 cans Potted Ham 20
SOS large 3-pound cans Aspara
i.n" Soup; cost 25c, only 1.0
S5 dozen 3-poimd cans Tripe S>
SCO tubs Pure Leaf Lard J>
5.000 pounds Finest Hams 7 4
California Hams it
', CIIRIST3IAS GKEETI.VGS.
I Fine Old Jamaica Rum per quart. GO
1 Sherry Wine, amber "
color, highly liavored, pure and
I wholesome, quart 50
Fine Old Bumgardner 3-Year-Old
Mountain Rye Whiskey, quart.. 75 -
A stimulator for statesmen.
Clemmer Old Rye Whiskey, quart -lt>
Pure Ola Blackberry Brandy.
quart -O
Gibson's Pure Family Rye Whis
key, mellow, wholesome, pala
table, and invigorating, quart.. 75
McDerrnotfs Fine Old Malt Whis
key malt means the best thing '■■-
lorgood health and nothing bet
ter for poor -health; try a .bot
tlo ...... - *-
or -i bottles S.tH»
Fine Old North Carolina Corn
Whiskey, gallon
Northampton Apple Brandy, S
years old. pure juice, quart. no
Juivcer Gin. a family tonic, quart 50
IC.OOO bushels Feedin? 0at5........ ::r.
f'.OOO bales ' Fine Hay. hundred...... TO
This is cheap at 90 cents;, order
t- ton; it won't last lons'.
:j,OOO bags Fine White Corn r,u
Shipstuff. l.'?M tons, per hundred 1.00
i- SI 4 cans Tjosron Baked Beans.. i
10 pounds Buckwheat, new goods.. 153
Quart Bottles Maple Syrup. i:o
I r-nclon Layer Raisins; sds boxes:
20 pounds each; new goods: in 5
to 10 box lots .....:. I.G."J
GOO boxes New Smyrna Figs, per
box — 7.V
Cbalmer's Gelatine. C boxes st>
L'inest Catawba Wine for July.
per quart . — io'
/Send for our Christmas quotations; we
will gladly mail one to any address. We
keep en hand -Fresh Meats, Veget.-ibles.
Fruits, Butter. Eggs. Cheese, and ail
goeds handled by First-Class Grocery
Houses. Our Wholesale Department js
under one of the most expert buyers m
the South, and is always ready and glad
l>> .furnish quotations to merchants re
plenishing their stock.
a . \Jr *J? L* ill V £3. 2. Jl a
Eighteenth and Main Streets
AND
502 East Marshall Street,
RICHMOND, V A.
REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALIS.
FARMS FOR SALE.
5J ACRES. 3 MILES FROM TOWX.
house live rooms. :barn. etc.; all, com
paratively, new; price, SSCO.
I.IOO. ACRES; two- settlements: two rail
roads; two stations; ..two hundred acres
of fertile: river land; SCO acres in good
timber, balance, productive; - high land
must bo sold to close an estate
GEORGE E.CR.UVFORD & CO.
de 19-2t SOS Main street. .
First-Glass Mineral Water
arid Confectionery Business
, For Sale :
IN ;rHH BEST ■-" LOCATION OX BROAD
street, g; Every tain*? in .order, and pur
chaser can take hold without loss of time
Good -reason for selling:. <
: 'i : J^« ;: WHW H - vA - -•M'CURDT. V
- ACCTIO>: SALKS— TiIIs Tiny
. — -'\ " — ■"- -If i ■; ■•. - -./;; . .„„•
WHEN ,RE£l/ ESTATE' IS SOLD xa_
TAXES FOR | THE - CURRENT -■ CALEi? 3 a_
YEAR ARE :TO" BE PAID FRO a ATA 2?
THE VEKBO2- A?rD THE VEXDE2.
By the. Valtc tine Auction Companr.
Auctioneers.
■ * UCTION SALE OF " CHF.ISTJiAS
■A. \ TOYS.
TO-NIGHT (Saturday). DECEMBER 20
beginning afSo'cloctt. sharp, wo wilt clos»
out the remaining stock of Choice ChriV?.
mas Toys of every description, for Mr.
Alexander Worst, at No. 21S nerta Thir'i
street. ■ ■■ .-.' .
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO
de 20-lt - Auctioneers!
By the .Valentine Auction Company ""*■
Auctioneers.
No. 612 er.st Broad street.
SPECIAL AUCTION' SALE * OF"
- HOUSEHOLD FURNITUR
TO-DAY (Saturday Morning). JjE<"'\x
BKH 20TH, "i-~
at 10:30 o'clock, at our auction w-'arorcomq
No. SIX east Broad street.
On account of parties »eavfng the "i?
we are compelled to make a speclaf : salii» :
"Will sell several Good Oak and Walnut"
Chamber Suits. Nice Parlor Suits Vp.-j
robes. Iron Beds, Tables, Sideboards, Odd
Beds. Chairs. Rockers. Heating--, an.l
Cooking Stoves. Matting, several v,-"'
Good Carpets (but slightly used) D v J
tn res. Mirrors, Plants! Ctociis, Hat Racks ;
and numerous other articles.
These goodS'must be sold, a? the pa"rtl«4
are leavinsr the city. A chance to* pit
good ba-zainjs. The ladies Invited .'
THE VALENTINE AUCTION CO
dei'o-lt . . Auctfoheer^'
ALCTIO.N SAl.l2S— Puuire- D»7Z
STOCKS AT AUCTIOX.
AS > ADMINISTRATOR OF TH^
estate or" • the late Eliis AL Moor. «Te'
ctased. I will sell by public auction at tbi
office of N. \V..Bowe, No. -{* nonh
Eleventh street. Richmond. Va.. oa *"
FRIDAY. DECEMBER :-;. [ijOi
at 12 o'clock M., the following stoclc, (».
Shares. ■ p 3r
35<J Irish Creek Mineral and De
velopments Company ? XH'fl
50 Big Stone Gap Coal Comnanr,'
;WJse county. Va ....." "L io? '(•<»• :
1 Kichmor.d Mosart Association. 20) iK>
l'j Comrnonvrcalth Land -and im
provements Company. Rich
mond - ...-; V ffl
2. 7 /i West-Eiid Glasgow Land Com
pany XOO CO
■JOO •Damascus; Enterprise Com
pany. Washington county. Va.. 1<» co ■
-0 Rockbridge Company, Glasgow,
va ic-3 >;o
TERMS: Cash.
JOHN C. HAGANV
Administrator of Ellis M. Moon. Dec'£
December i'Oth. de23-6t
roil RENT,
KOII REXT.
FOUR PARTIALLY FURNISHED
Rooms on second floor of handsome rest
dencrt-; on ■vvest. Grace street. Address
.WEST, care of Letter-Carrier No. S3.
no l'7-ts / '
piVIDE.VD -'AOTICES.
Office Virginirrir : k : c~^a7!(r~\r;irir!3
Insunince Cdmpanjr,
Richmofid. Va.. December .'-.IA ISO 2
-PIVIDEND.-THF: • .BOARD OF Di
rectors havo this day declared a SEMI
ANNUAL DIVIDEND OF FOUR PKft
CENT, (free of tare >. payable to stock-
Itoldvrs on .IANUARY jar.. next. Checks
for this dividend wiit be mailed to stock
holders.
Changes of address should be promptly
notified to the company.
WILLIAM H. M'CARTPIY,
de2o-Ut Secretary.
Office oC
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co..
Richmond. Va.. December 9. 1002
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAVE
this day declared a dividend of TWO CJ>
PER CENT., the same being Dividend
No. 20. con the Preferred Stock of this
company, payable JANUARY IZ, 135 J.
when . ciiecK will bo mailed to alt stock
holders of record at the close of business
December 31st* The books for the trans
fer of Preferred Stock will be closed from
January Ist to January loth, both days
inclusive. i . -3. vV. TRAVERS.
de 1C,12,1ti,2i} Treasurer.
IIBATj ESTATE AGE.VTS.
.UICSCMK.VTS.
JUuEffl I. TO-DAY.'
MATINEE AIW ZVEJfllf q'J ' '
THE GIFFEN COiIPANY.
.YOUNG MRS. WIN IBROP,
FOR T2IE BENEFIT OF TEE COAL FTHTJ
OF THE CITIZENS' RELIEF
ASSOCIATION.
fWU I 1111 wsa-I.JiflKfc
mass a
TO-DAY— SE2,-SATIO*-AL MZLODSAJIA,
lil*-ItvMAKKIA.aS VOW.
Packed to the doers at evsry performanc?.
Recsived with tremendous deraoastra;ion3 ol
approval.
PnO~PPf/'0 fi^EST'
BUD Ulm'aA'iwtt
A Succsss Exceeding ilis
THE WILDEST OF iHTIGIFATIOHS 1
A PERFECT FUKOIIE OF
VOLUBLE tXPIIEbSIO.VS OF
W9NDEBHENT,".'
IpillMpT, -
and DSUGffI
GKEETED THE OPEXLVG
±\UK>i:XXATit>N LAST
■WEDXESDAV
EVENING.
Indisputably Conceding
EOSTOCK'S GREAT ANIMAL ARENJ
TO BE
THE- MOST-. MAR VELOUS'.EXHISmOh
£VEB YET PRESENTED.
HOW OPENS DAILY AT 2 AND
Admission, 25 Ssnis.
Children Under 12, J 5 Cents,
(dec 13-3tr . ■
The OonfederaiQ Museußii
TWELFTH : AND CLAY STS.
Open daily from o A. M. to 5 P.' at
v Admission, 25c- free on Saturdayi
THE^LENTINE MUSEUM
; ELEVENTH AND ■ CLAY. : STRSETS^-
Openndally from:]o>A.,iM.ito 5 P. M
>Ad»jMjw.aceat .. a r^o^^Om

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